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1989 Jeep Cherokee Performance Exhaust Systems

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Borla Stainless Steel Cat-Back Exhaust System

Reviewed By Mickey S (Livingston, NJ) Reviewed for a 1989 Jeep Cherokee —10/9/2008 1:44 AM

This Borla Cat-Back System is everything you've read and heard about. The sound you hear when firing up the engine or quickly accelerating; the feel of how much easier the vehicle accelerates when entering a highway or changing lanes; the sight of the stainless steel and shiny Borla tail pipe are all simply awesome. The vehicle specific parts and detailed instructions made the installation uneventful. The sound may be too loud for some, but for me it is what I wanted and expected.

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Banks Monster Exhaust System Reviews


Can't go wrong

Reviewed By Ryan B (Seattle, WA) Reviewed for a 1998 Jeep Cherokee —12/27/2014 10:45 PM

I've had this system on my 98 XJ 4L for 2 weeks. Sounds very nice, not too loud and no drone at all. I have not seen an increase in MPG, it does feel a bit more throttle responsive off idle. I have the monster exhaust paired with a banks revolver header, which creates a low rumble at idle and a smooth, almost "European in-line" sound while cruising. Installation was a breeze, it took about an hour with a reciprocating saw and a 3/8 socket set in the garage. Great value for the price point.

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Piece of cake!

Reviewed By Scott S (Wauconda, IL) Reviewed for a 1999 Jeep Cherokee —11/20/2012 8:36 PM

Not the most beautiful muffler but built rock solid with a nice sound. Now my Cherokee sounds a little more tough. The install was easy, took about 1 hour. All you need is a dremel with a cutting wheel to take off old brackets and a wrench to tighten up the new ones. Probably not the best exhaust in the world but, for the price you can't go wrong!

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